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Sneak Peeks: Dynamite Entertainment November 2, 2016

The Fellowship has obtained sneak peeks of comics from Dynamite that will come out this week...

Battlestar Galactica: Gods & Monsters #1
Writer: Karl Kesel
Artist: Alec Morgan, Dan Schkade
Covers: Alec Morgan (a), Pete Woods (b), Brent Schoonover (c)
Incentive cover: Alec Morgan (B/W art), Brent Schoonover (“virgin art”)

All new stories from the ground-breaking re-imagined series! Baltar believes he was chosen by god— and now moves closer to being one himself when he constructs a living Cylon Centurion! Is it his greatest achievement or biggest mistake? Truly obedient or waiting for the perfect time to strike? Is it the protector of Sharon’s unborn baby or its greatest threat? Will the Cylon’s bloody history repeat itself?


Army of Darkness / Xena: Forever…And A Day #2
Writer: Scott Lobdell
Artist: Elliot Fernandez, Diego Galindo
Covers: Ken Lashley
Incentive cover: Ken Lashley (B/W art)

Ash Williams gets the chance to once again travel back through time and make things right! (Spoiler alert:  He doesn't!) He's come back to help Xena stop an ancient undead army – but, unfortunately, she's not in any position to help just this moment. Is this the craziest complication to confound a team-up? If not, it ought to be! 


Boo: World’s Cutest Dog #3
Writer: Fernando Ruiz, Eric M. Esquivel, Agnes Garbowska
Artist: Fernando Ruiz, Agnes Garbowska, Rob Robbins
Covers: Agnes Garbowska (a), Steve Uy (b), Billy Martin (c)
Subscription cover: Photo Variant (d)

The adventures of the world’s most adorable Pomeranian pup continue as internet sensation Boo and his best friends, Buddy and Bluebeary Pie, bring you along for the ride in this sensational third issue!  Readers of all ages will be charmed by Boo’s delightful demeanor and fun-filled stories!




Flash Gordon: Kings Cross #1
Writer: Jeff Parker, Jesse Hamm
Artist: Jesse Hamm (art), Grace Allison (colors)
Covers: Roger Langridge) (a), Marc Laming (art) & Grace Allison (colors) (b), Jesse Hamm (art) & Grace Allison (colors) (c)
Subscription cover: Roberto Castro (d)
Incentive cover: Marc Laming (B/W art), Roger Langridge  (B/W art)

Superstar JEFF PARKER (Future Quest) returns to FLASH GORDON, alongside the astounding team of JESSE HAMM & GRACE ALLISON! Flash, Mandrake The Magician & The Phantoms struggle to bring peace to a broken Earth…but a FAR-too-familiar foe from beyond threatens to destroy everything they hold dear!


Myopia #1
Writer: Richard Dent
Artist: Patrick Berkenkotter
Cover: Cezar Razek

Based on an award-winning story by writer Rich Dent, “Myopia” merges speculative fiction and steampunk into a thrilling alternative reality.  Armed with a special set of lenses that make him almost invisible inside the Central Lens Network, James Chase sets out on a mission to stop the new world order’s violation of the Magnetic Energy Agreement.  At first sold as a device to make life more convenient, the lens now works as a tool for the government to hide the devastation unleashed from excessive mining of the earth’s core.  Myopia migrated over from a successful Kickstarter supported by George R.R. Martin, Neil Gaiman, Margaret Atwood, Dean Koontz, and Jim Butcher.  Don’t miss this debut issue!

Six Million Dollar Man: Fall of Man #4
Writer: Van Jensen
Artist: Ron Salas
Cover: Ron Salas

Is there love in the air? Is that even relevant with the questions facing Steve Austin?  Such as… Is Steve losing his humanity? Who can he trust? Are his enemies bringing the world closer to the end times or to the precipice of the singularity? Who exactly ARE those enemies? As the answers start to reveal themselves, the ultimate question remains: Who will survive and what bionic parts will be left of them?


Smosh #5
Writer: David Atchinson, Yale Stewart
Artist: Mauro Vargas, Yale Stewart
Covers: Jerry Gaylord (a), Franco Viglino (b)

"Boxmania" blazes across the country as consumers go crazy for Box Man swag! From apparel to toys to games to a BOX MAN MOVIE, audiences can't get enough of the "Cardboard Kid." Is all this fame going to his head? As Box Man's star rises, he grows distressingly distant from his friends. But he can't see the forest for the trees as he's gotten the attention of Kate, the only woman attracted to a man made of boxes. Can our hero balance a massive career, friends, and budding love?